Shotgun-style houses on York Street in Lexington, bought by the North Limestone Community Development last fall. The group has plans to fix them up and sell them to artists and craftsmen who will live in them and sell out of them, under a proposed live-work designation.
Shotgun-style houses on York Street in Lexington, bought by the North Limestone Community Development last fall. The group has plans to fix them up and sell them to artists and craftsmen who will live in them and sell out of them, under a proposed live-work designation. Lexington Herald-Leader
Shotgun-style houses on York Street in Lexington, bought by the North Limestone Community Development last fall. The group has plans to fix them up and sell them to artists and craftsmen who will live in them and sell out of them, under a proposed live-work designation. Lexington Herald-Leader

Rezoning for North Limestone 'live-work' community approved by planning commission

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